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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t SEMI WEEKLY Ir ERIOR JOURNALt ISSUED EiZERY TUESDAY AND FRIDKY KT 1 A YEAR r l VOL XXVI1L STANFORD KY FlilD VY OCTOBER 12 1900 9 A M NO 01 f IHUSTOHVILLE Ai soon at the work of Invoicing and other preliminary matters have boon ar ranged Bllllo Dlnwlddlo will again bo Installed us a merchant Joking picas nn faced Splllle will bo succeeded by Jolly Iaugb loving Dllllo It Tho former jxwlolllce hue boon bought by tho bank and now being razed to tho ground preparatory to tho building of the now bon so whllo tho citizens ol Ututonvllle got the benefit of a little tnaro axeruleu by walking way up to tho room ncxttoDr Browns i tar their mall The henna of our armors wore glad dcncil Sunday by an all daylong rain Many had been hauling water for their stock oDd everybody was truly glad when at IMI the rain came Several others longer and harder are ardently dctlrcd Some or tboO Es contemplate ak- In up thu Bethany Reading Course thus winter It It earnestly hoped that many of tbo young people especially tho young menwlll Join tlili circle The reading will be Interesting and very In mructlyo Mis Leila Wheeler It expected hero this weok She will teach vocal music this winter and will doubtless havo a good class Val Morse left fur Dnnllle u attend college there The family of Mr Da vo Johnston left thtq week to make Danville their home Deeply docs tho community regret their re moval at It realize the iota It will sue lain A stare factory It to bo or ti1on tho vacant lot long known a tbe base ball grouud It Tho bye are heard humming Two over thus from childhoods hour Wovo watched our fondest hopes de cayV a ba11 ground before And floetts rwioly MaiohoU away It It hard on thorn but their mam ra and papas ire exceeding glad On Saturday afternoon Mu Charles Wheeler had her opoolnguf autumn hats and on Tuesday the MUtei Adams p l their mllllnnry on bow It It needless to say that mirrors were quite atsred out of countenance by maid homely and comely who then plroueU ed around to receive the venllot be coming or not becoming of tpecli torlal matrons who fll complacently watching Duubllet tome man will growl and say that tho POOL never meant to Include woman when he laidI Man wants but little hero below for each of his daughters wants an Aui traltan farm of a but with tho old os trichbird himself Handing tip too on It and flapping hit wings However the grumbler conclude by tajlng that the poets afterthought Nor wants that little long will apply to bltglrli for they will each want a new wind catcher of a bat next winter KINGSVILLE The report that G A Walter caused a disturbance during the republican speaking here last week bat caused great amusement Every one is very enthusiastic and a most Intense interest Is felt In this campaign It Is almost as apparent amongst the women as tbe men Merldclh Francis hay started a bJtcber shop In the basement of C G Baker stoichouse Everyone Is con gratulating Mr Francis on the nlco beef ho furnished his patrons last week W Crelchton went to Som erect this week on business Mrs W R CundllT continues serious ly Ill Boone Flint Is suffering from an attack nf the jaundice Muster Alonzo Rlgoey Is of typhoid fever Masters Willie McCurty and Ernest Flint who have been on the sick lltt have about recovered Mrs Stella McCartv Is In Cincinnati buying her fall and winter millinery Miss Ger trudo Pennybackrr will leave In a few days for Lexington and Loulsvlllo to visit relatives W L McCarty has a now clerk a Mr Dalley of Eubankr Station Agent W It Cundilf and Night Operator loin flown are quite inukivul Nulsallttlcd with a guitar banjo etc they now have an organ In their olllco MIDDLEBURG The wife of Green Baslln departed this lifo Sunday and was burled near Mt Olhu Revs JQ Montgomery and IMwhis will ueuin u protracted muutlig nt Grow uuxt Sunday Members of thn Bryan club herp will go to Walltovvn Saturday nigiiL lo ur- I nlzo a democruUe club Our base ball team defeated tlu Yosemite team uguiii ou ihu uutlu u campus SaturOuy the cyoro standng 1ft to 25 Mrs Rilly MnMulHn the iuo moth cr of M b McMullln used at Yosemltu Monday fed woe birled Tuesday at the Green River church W C Ruereiiof mo Liillun Creek section killed an nwl In his hen roost Saturday night tmi cad u email ulecl trap hapciiikf ofjiiimf lie feet Mrs A J Loweii dint ut cuodUiup lion at inr hi p t Orov on Ian 6th She was tiilU lo nail sod wuiuan She leaves a husband and six children WORKUta NIGHT AHD DAY The tmnltit and mllillo lllllle the r tkattr waiiutdoU Dr King New Life fills Gary trill n ulrcollllli globule of heilb the l1lngll knees Into iinn th lUtlii era Ind trainfee Into mental power The- ondrrful lu bulldlDIL tlta health poly Bo pa hoe 6oldbrruny VrureU rv t LANCASTER Tho Provldcnco Saving Life Insur face Co has paid the widow of James Qlllon 82000 amount of Insurance car ried by deceased Judge and Maj Burnsldo David Boas William Ferguson and Tlnk An dereon went to Dripping Springs Wed nesday Guess what for Local talent furnished oratory at the Gilbert Club Tuesday night the main speaker being Swlnobroad Robinson Davidson J I Hamilton and Louis Leave colored Mr II A B Markabury has recelv cd a telegram that a panlo will likely bo brought about In the wheat market lotntluuncu voters This It another republican trick The Bbuman Concert Company ono of the very beet on the road and strictly high grade will appear at the opera house Saturday night Oct 20 Reserved seats are tolling rapidly at MiRoberts drug store Dr John Mason Williams republi can nominee for Congress has been canvassing this county It goes with out saying that bo It bettor at pill making than ho would bo ut law mak ing to wo have concluded to send Mr Gilbert back to Congress In tbo police court a jurv found W IL Ward not guilty of n breach of tbo peace It being proven that ho was truck oy an unknown party In the pane court Xtko Hold colored was fined 2fi In each of two cases for the unlawful tale of liquor A grand democratic rally and barbe min will be given at Tbo Nine Wonder It five miles from Paint Ltokv next Saturday lions MoCrcary Gilbert BlaoR Smith and others will furnish the oratory and there will bo plenty of load music and an abundance to eat lion N B liars will speak Hi the following place Old Paint Lick UryaatgviileFriday waft bouse this city Friday night Oat 10 He It non of the State electors and every democrat should go to hoar ism Democratic Chairman J B Robin on announces tho following Hone Chas C Fox and W J Price of Dao rtlle will speak at Brrantcvlllo Satur lay 13 nt 130 1 M and Hons a 0 Fox W B Mason and others will speak ntlhi court house here Satur lay night at 730 Tbn ladles and cv srybody cordially Invited- A large crowd attended the meeting if the council Monday night The la Hot of the W C T U nominated Mr Elonry Barlow BS night policeman and Councilman J A Bcazley presented the name of Mr S D Turner A vote resulted In the election of Turner 4 to 1 Ho It a man of honor and courage and he will make U warm for the trans IlreuorHon R H Tomllnson has returned from Dakota having had a successful rlp Tho democrats at Blsmark adver ilicd him for a speech and ho gave them a hot dish of Kentucky democra jy and oratory They wanted him to anvass the State but ho Is needed at home He brings good newt to the democrats from the sections through which he traveled Mr J G Sweeney will sell his large store room Oct 22 Mr John FAd ems will tell his farm and took today Thursday Capt L M Dunn and Mr lion Bright were hero Tuesday buying mules Mr J II Sympton has bought a half Interest In Game nails groc ory Ho bat gone east to buy dry goods notions boots and shoes which they will alto handle making it a general store J B Hughes of Kingston was hero Monday Capt William Uerndoq has boon notified of the death of his sister Mrs Fannie Benton of Missouri who once lived hero and had many friends Mr William S Watson of Atlanta woe hnro Tuesday Mnj J A Horn side hm been to Louisville apt Louis Lundrotn went to Lexington on bust nets Mr R M Dlllehay has finished nu brluk kill here and returned to Danville Lul n G Colson will make it republican speech here Thursday Oct libat P aL Caps T A Elkin received a telegram announcing the serious illness of his daughter in law Mrs W S Elkln at Atlanta A bony Nuiiiilder Is usually cnuetl by hmmftlikin of the iniisrits and limy be iitvd by u fuw upplluiktiuiis of lumber sins laln Main For sale by Craig lt locker Priiipil Ono faro roundtrip to Lexington via Southern Railway account Lexington trot greatest harneEa racing in the South Tickets on sale Oct 110 13 inclusive good to return until Oct IB Southern fteHway has three dully trains between Loulsvlllo and Loxing ton For further particulars Inquire of nearest agent of Southern Railway S LexingtonKyAgent Louisville Ky LIILI1 CIVET AWAY ticonerrolrleonNillionthe of kmHffnj has nbtolullr cured ltroochiaelioreeoexaoddiortheTbroa ungitre cured br It Call on Itryulu1zer0oaadtJuuded- t MRS MARY BRADLEY RAILEY The humUorae nod talented vix ng woman whom picture adorns this col umn ja the pumlfir soutaty editor nf tAte I BxlnB oo Xorninit Dmnourai and it M charming Rod vivacious In cnnvoi sallsMi she Is flnnni nod fHollaof tea Mrs Unlliy lies j it returned from n visit al old without u Bent oust to her Some iiionihi ago the Lexlnguio Humid offered a pthH of u tour to the old world to the toner popular business lady In that clip vote tobe by ballots out front each daysIsar to dolerratoa the questkm Therwreqult 08Uti ber of coniesittnulMjt Mrs Rnllcv woo NEWS NOTES I ThttOdd FljltJw In grand lodgH dv cued not tu remnra tiielr Orphans Home from l miKVllle The Scott county grand Jury has returned an Indluttnent fur htlee swearing tralnst Barber Weaver who umi Ocd during the trial of Caleb Power The John Rublnroa circus lust hv death Sunday onu of their dromedarle from fever This wakes a total of 20 they have lost this teaMtn They lent Duo every day last week Commercial failures during the third quarter of 10JO were 216 In number aud 227iniUain umounuol liability Compared with the same three aionilit of last year this Uan Increase of 518 In numbers and U17U Oi In liability Well Inluruiid railroad well and fruit growers say Florida coming orange crop has prospects of being larger ihnij any year since IStM Fully lCOUOOO boxes will bo shipped Tbe fruit U selling fast at 92 per box on the trees W T Nugent sunof tho former Louisville dry gouda merchant wee In ducted by the U S grand jury fur re celvjne the material part of tho property of a bankrupt concealing other property and attempting to defeat the bnkruptlaw The entire State of Delaware with Its two Senators end ono representative in Congress and throb votes in iheelit toral college has a total population of but 16i7i1A as against Louisvilles 201711 population and it fraulloa of one vote In the House There wus a clash between spccUl olllcert and strikers at the Oneida col- lIer in Schuylkill county Pa in which a policeman was killed a striker probably fatally wounded and 10 not union moo more or lets seriously hurt The riot followed ah attempt by the striker to prevent nonunion taco from working In the Oneida colliery Thfl prospects for peace negotiations In China have been Injured by the persistent military operations of the allies which the United States holds to be wholly unnecessary The PuoTlng Fu expedition Is regarded us particu larly offensive and the dUpitlnbcs tell of u further expedition in that ulrcu Ion T S Stull of Ml Sterling Touinjlt ted suicide at LexlngUin ut lha Chesa peace L Ohio donut Ho had lei a graphed his wife who was in Cutteiu burg to come to Lexington nod she arrived Stulls Wife says they were married ut Cutleitsburg last Friday Ho gave his wife u dose of tho drug blllahoexpenses tbo government were I83100000 but In 1000 lOOt and 1032 according to of fidel estimates the total will bo 8100 000000 173000000 and 8200000000 These are peacofootlng expenses and In the event ol McICIt ey roelcultoii the last figure will be the minimum ex pense In the future with the practical certainty of a steady Increase What most people want is something mild and emir when In need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets flll the bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in efloct For nlppby Craig A Ilocker Druggliti u by a lane maj irlry to the delight of berlogioinf friends She occasionally injects bits of experience in her column or her tour and tells In ber charming way of ice thloge that uio t attracted bar attPiitioir nr description of tho- Paaien Flnv In the little Brnvarlan village a very trine piece of word nelohrphlehbite tieeo Ur ely top led Tbu pluturt fw the use of which DreckIIrid110 rhr lvw does not la Mrs Italley iic b nny meats MATRIMDMAL VVm Fitebi r aid Miss Annie WUII IH oijue married nt ber roth rtVm Wnile an the llth A grads widw and a griifs widower to Ihinllnr rrvtn 0 rildat let the SUIIpanlo to fOfruw and j iy they jolted bandit In front ClfthlJ hytnenlul nlur ODd tilcame one W S Smith of ICnsi8 City who execuIpur- chase of the Chesapeake ft Natbvllle rullroail Is at Scottsvlllo and u Is be hewed the dent for the road will be closed In u frbnit time and poidbly ex tended in Stanford Mss E labeth Van Meier of Doyle county and Mr lohn WooJford of Bourbon cu citywill bIt married utthe First Presbyterian church In Danville Wednesday Oct 24ih Miss Lizzie Mills daughter of J F Mill of Dan ville und Mr John Qulnllnof Shelby villa were married yesterday at tbe home of the brldrie cousin Mr W S Aldrldgc near Parksvlllc Advocate Mr Jonathan B Nichols of Danville and MIss Nancy Uile Schooling of Lebanon were married Wednesday ut thtt Second Presbyterian church In MolTcttIpipulur in Lebanon and said to bo ut t active personally lovable of dlsposi tl in rULed und accomplished After tbe ceremony Mr and Mrs Nichols ft for New York to bo gone till the 2iih If HAPPENED IN A DRUG STORE One any lust winter a lady cane to- my drug store and asked for a brand of cough medicine llmt I did nut have in slock says Sir C R Grandin the popular druggist of Ontario N Y She was disappointed and wanted to know what cough prepnritlnn I could recommend I said to her that I could freely recommend Olianibcrlaliia Cough Jlcmeljr and that she could take a bottle of the remedy and after giving it a fdir trial if the did not IIIII worth the money to bring back the bottle and would refund the price raid In the course of n day or two the lady cnnio buck In company with a friend in nerd of a cough medicine and advised hot to hay a bottle of chainbcrlnins Cough llcuifdv I consider that II very good rec iiniiiundutlon fur the Remedy The remedyowes its great popularity and extensive sale In a lane measure to the Irsiinii rKoinnrendilloaB of people who have been cured by its wo His for solo by Crnlg A llnclter Druggists Robert Mursey charged with the murder of Richard Staplotoo two years ago appeared at London and surrendered after having evaded the offi curs since tbe crime was committed The killing took plane ut Lily a andleer sprulun swellings lauioncM there Is nothing so good ra Chamberlains Pain ttalui Try lb Tor saw by Craig A Hoeker Driiggikiv At Albany BobKlni Was given nine imprisonment for killing Oeo Wtlburo r DEATHS LANCASTER Oct 12 Mr John Will Poor died this morning at 0 A sr land will be burled from the Methodist church Sunday a LaO oclock W M MoKHtrlck received a die patch this morning tolling of the death of his brother George McKHtrlok at CnrdsvHIo ol typhoid fever He Jefcvjs a wlfo and three chlldrooI POLITICAL 01 the republicans retli roJ In Paris 461 are Nrgroee Thu democratic National commlttto counts on a majority ID the next House of at least DoubtlesA Col Breoklnrldg vas nj signed to tho RooswvoHDradldy per formance next Saturday night In or der to give It moral tone Loulevllle Tunes Some rude person supposing the speaker to mean what he aid when be Invited tboaudlcnco to aek him ques dons at theicnd of his speech naked W S Taylor at Seymour Ind Who killed Goebel Mr Taylor turned red and sat down After all exPresident Harrison wont oven make the one speech for McKin liy he promised He says bo Is out of politics and while bo IK opposed to the pulley of the president as to Porto Rico be yet thinks It unwise to change administrations now Attorney General Drecklnrldgo has deolded that the rooster mutt go first on the ballot The fallut e of any re publican county clerk to place tbe rooster first would result In serious compllcatlonbluftor the election tto democratic offlclala toy John D White said In a speech at Leltcbfleld that the Goebnl law Is bad but no worse than tbo law that preceded It and charged that If Taylors op polnteeb on tho State board to succeed Pryor and Ellis resigned had been aonflrmtd by the courts not a1 single republican lo Keutucky would today bo idvocatlng the repeal of the law A confidential report from Leslie Combs chairman of tbe republican Slate campaign committee to Chair man Babcock of tbe National commit tee Is said to concede tbe election of democratic Congressmen In all but the Slh and llth districts Publicly the re publicans are boasting that they will carry the 3rd 4lh 5th 8th Oth and llth districtsThe State committee HI Chicago secured a letter written by Perry S Heath secretary pf the reo publican National committee in which he seeks to Induce the presidents of kite Insurance companies building and loan associations and savings banks to join In using the business scare to In fluence policy holders stockholders and depositors Both the Senate and House passed bill No 10 containing the nonpartisan features of an election law It makes law changes in the present law the most Important being that the voter shall stamp In a circle Instead of a square that paper for ballots shall to furnished by the secretary of State aid that ballots eball be preserved after they have been counted Tbe republicans and a few democrats in both Houses of the Legislature vot e down resolutions for a sine die ad j nirnraent Saturday In the House another resolution tot adjournment Sat urday was made a special order for to rt ty It Is more and more apparent tint the republicans aided by a low democrats are determined to prevent it possible tbe passage of a new election law but there Is a disposition to get together and agree upon n compro mice between the two main bills of the Senate and House A good many of the smaller L k N attorneys thinking their jobs depend ell on It have flopped Into the republi can camp and are making themselves contemptible in their efforts to prove their loyalty and devotion to their new love Most of these men would resent the direct offer of money for their votes but they have sold out all the same and are no worse and no better than the floater who takes a stated amount for his vote Even the head of the LN must bold such creatures In contempt and realize that they are not to bo trusted Lexington Democrat The Now York Journal has carefully nnvassed the States regarded as more or less doubtful and linda that as fur as human judgment goes noel of theta States are not doubtful that moro than half of the 163 electoral votes they will poll will be for Bryan and these votes will elect him He has a lead plpc cinch on 157 votes In the 1ft doubtful states Kentucky and Maryland are named but they are sure to go for Dry an while Illinois acd Indiana are re garded as almost as safely democratic New York Is not conceded to the republicans and others of the socalled doubtful States will vote for Bryan whose prospects of election have gone from possibility and probability almost to a certainty When you cannot sleepforIt Is hn sly necessary that any one should toll you that you need a few doses of TlmmbcrlainV Cough Remedy to alliy the irritation of the throat and make ileep possible It Is good Try UIore- ale by Cram A Hocker Druggists MOTHERS r ofBoysand every facility for examining it I111Ourment RepairingJ IT PAYS TO TUADE AT t THE GLOBEYour money back If youre tint ui tie Miller Hirsch DanvilleSuccessors to J L Frohman C r NEW SHOESoco The liiiell Bootee the FIrI rtltltotea the Uocjer Bootee New Shoes For Ladies lewUnderwlllr3 rpols ncd Mnttlnss mil everything In UrocnlltfI JESFYEY 4 Hustonville Ky TrussesOf All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reasonable Craig Hooker Stanford i itNIl1K A C SNESC- ONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY e I make close estimates op work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work attestled P EtcJoffered INa G1otbingllndatsAt Now Is Your Chance t it To Got lUrrfalns In The Above Line Geo H Parris Co If You Should Get Siclp i Send your Prescription to ennys Drug Store Stanford Ky r We use only the best medicines i IIi HE INTERIOR JOURNAL 7AKFORD KY OCTI 2 900 W2 WALTOIZ DEMOCRATIC TICKET 1c F Vresidenr IIILLA JESVfa1GS IIRi aA- f diraslU lfy For fluJr iWe- ADLA E STRJiE 1s Of Jib noif For 7oimor J C W lUWKWtJft OfAdton Fur Cong FORGE G9J1BERTt- OfI SlltlbY LfisT orao brother weaktothefafth bd caught by the republican catch phrase civil liberty11 wo J dealro tt call attention to the ja ttbat the ttiuahinj of words and phrases likt ohangIe In tho course ef a few years to obtaIn neW meaning nlrn etber and thi phrase vi vi i uy has rccently ex perlcnced such a change Only a hori time back It was defined by ftbo gren t jurUu as that liberty of a mamtier o society which U no other than natural liberty No far restrained by humai laws aa is necessary for the genera adVantage of the public tI But thli definition Is now a back number and li order to obtain the present day mean trig of the flhrase It is necessary to sortto those periodicals which roe made Its dlcu lon a specialty trot day to day and also to the effots o those who are abroad preaching it throughout thclength and breadth of the land The INTERIOI JOURNAL as Its readers know alway endeavors to keep them posted on ev cry subject and this case shall prow BO exception to the rule After divine Into the cese pools mentioned on aphll ojnglcal mission it Is prepared to announce what the term civil liberty a t the present day implies bleb as the lawyers say is as follow towlt When a faw is enacted to suppress frauds ana tbosq who have been benefited by those frauds have reason to believe that It YfU accomplish Its aim it is their dut to concoct very conceivable lie about the law as to bring Into disrepute but If the frauds are perpetrated In spite of the law and an InJQred part dares to exercise his constitutions rlghtof making an Investigation lie tnuat be shot down from ambusb Tho Qxecatlve building which was crecte as the headquarters of law and ordei bust be converted Into an atnbuscadt for the assassin The chief executive should than Issue to the brave perpe- trators9 6f this noble feat a pardon emblazoned after the manner of college dTplomas with the pbrase magna cum hstldc Tho executive should also pre pare for war la tlmea of peace so that If the members of a coordinate brand of the government should undertake t exercise their coostltutlonal rights agaloet hIs desire his onionfud troop may Immediately disperse them If however those who hold to thoold fogs ideas of civil liberty should again ob thin control of alTalra after all tlt courts have decided In their favor aod an effort should be made to dual with the new order of things in the old fashioned way the dUclplcS of the new order Should Immedlatuly flee to tin nearest city of refuge and the governor 4f the city should by all mnxns pro tect them as they cling to the horns oi Uho attar even If be must perjure hIm- ie1f and become accessory to the crime of murder to do so If somqahould fell to reach the haven of safety and be Cilled upon to atorq for their conduct then It is the duty of those great moral engines to which roferencn has been made to exert their earnest courts tc I uhleld them from the avenger of blood The judge who tries the case although ha reputation hitherto hn been un tarnished must be hold up to tho world as an unscrupulous and blood thirsty monster The lawyers who prosecute must bo accused of overy crime in the If catalogue and the witnesses for tin prosecution as well as the court otllcuifi charged with every form of corruption The slander of the man who committed the outrage of doing an act warranted I by the conbtUutlqnmust not cease with his assassination but follow him Into the crave and likewise embrace all ci n V nccted with him by ties of blood or t friendship This Is an accurate por r trayal of modernized civil liberty Al p Jn favor of It may conceal their shame by hiding under the lop cabin und f those opposed may do themselves honor by scratching the foot of demo cratlo rooster and ho will announce to t the world In ringing tones Tin court or appeals decided thai 1non South Trimble Is the regular democratic nominee for Congress So J becomes the duty as It ebot l be the pleasure of every demoerat to support him Conventions committee pri maries and two courts haveilsald ho U r the nominee and the democracy of the Ashland district will see that he u sheeted by the old time majority ALL of the republican exgovernor of Ohio will accompany Hoosovolt In his campaign through that State Oblc has several cx governors and one u them a man by the name of McKinley I will also be an expresident In the near f Iuturo A PHILADELPHIA grand jury has rec ommended the whipping post for wife beaters This Is a wise recomraendu 1 tlon and at It the grand I should alsorecommend a mcdo of puulahweotfurlhe husband beaten 1 rIt WE fully reallzo the fact that any IlopoIofgild refined goll or paint the lily and to discuss a subject which by this timeI would be exhausted from every possl ble olnt of clew But ho Is an Inex haustible subject and easily the most retuarUivlilo character In our history and one of which toe people over wish anrIbecomes more rumarknblo Four venrIago comparatively unknovn tended the National democratic con ventlon as a contesting delegate his only ambition bring to be a member or tnat body but he becaracJta nominee He ascended the rostrum to make a pcch personally known at the time to but few members of tho convention and that one speech gave him a fame en extensive with the civilized world Nominated on a platform that caused an unfortunate split In his party he wait the special target for abuso by those who deserted on account of his yews and after four years again nomi nated on that platform and the bulk of those who deserted now delight to do him honor Ills campaigns have been more extensive and his speeches more numerous than any of his predecessors Yet he has never made a mistake lilt career prior to his first nomination was comparavlrMv uneventful Instead of develuiilovt ue exploded Into greatness ne la the only man who over went through a presidential campaign with lout receiving so much as a scratch on his armor and this lit spite of the fact that eves conceivable effort of an In furiated plutocracy has been exerted against him flame who was suppos ed to ba the shrewdest of them all 1could not do it and Roosevelt who be gas the campaign with considerable reputation on account of his literary military and political success soon dwindled lain sounding brass and a tlbkllng symbol It Is an old saying and often a true one that early booms explode before the convention yet his began on the day of his defeat and there was never a doubt but that he wonld be the nominee Remarkably few men have recovered from the first defeat especially when they are the embodiment of franca no longer paramount But his defeat only caused the people to renew their determination to have him as their chief magistrate and from present Indications their de sire will soon bo gratified The cause of his great popularity is of easy ex planation He is In the first place a great man in every sense of tbo word be was born great has achieved great ness and has had it thrust upon him and besides bo Is a thoroughly honest man The people well understand that If elected he will In no wise be in league with the plutocracy but ou the contrary will In every particular be loyal and true to the great common pcoolo no BOYD WlNCUKSTEIt of Louis vtlle rx Congressman and ex minister to Switzerland and ono of the roost learned men of the State contribute an article on the paramount Issue of imperialism which like all his writ Ings is singularly clear and convinc oIDs Ho discusses the question on purely patriotic and constitutional grounds free from partisanship and passion and shows how Utterly inde fensible and contrary to our form of government such a policy Is Ho ap boldeand open violation of the National or game law and prevent a war prosecute ed ostensibly for the Independence of Cuba 13 to made the pretext or the occasion for changing the very essence of our National character and for con verting the government Into a great warmaking land grabbing taxcon suming trruatbreedlng machine Ig noring the principles of our fore futh illS as expounded in the declaration of Independence and making the consent of thbgoverument a mere phrase In stead of an eternal verity and a pre requisite to tbo very existence of gov ernmcnt Without it the union was originally impossible and without It the union o n nut endure FUGITIVE TAVLOU gays that the contents ofhls deposition In the Youtsey case were obtained by tampering with the malls and is maklug dire threats about the punishment be is going to have Inflicted on the gulty parties If be Is so much oppoaedlo his evidence being known in advance be could casI ily have prevented It by appearing InI court and testifying In person TUE republican papers say that Roosevelts campaign nee been ar duous he is about to break down nod may bavo to retire from the stump- We bavo feared for some time that they would trump up some excuse to silence him because they are bound to know that ho Rae been a great vote maker for the democrats from too first A PREACHEK at Columbus 0 has telepboneIeo raInylby going to church Tola is an excellent arrangement If some means can bo devised to keep the bretucen awake during the sermon Tine Louisville Dispatch attempting to be facetious leaves a long blank splice In its columns which it saps is the Courier Journals editorial on Bry ans Auditorium speech If the whole of the editorial were beffor more edifying THE Cincinnati Commercial Tribune refers to the Louisville Post as a valued comrade While tho first named paper has always been bitterly partisan wo are surprised to see It lose Its self re spect entirely by putting Itself on a level with the Post e IT took old Joe Blackburn to warm up the boys Ho spoke for the first time In the Campaign at Owcnsborc Na1tlonalturned his attention to Mr Yerkoi whom be had known ever since ho was born and said ho had no patience with the statement that tho collector wad hotter than his party tie could not he worse and is not a whit bettor that the average republican leader In Ken tucky which exhausts comparison An accessory before the fact Is tie worco than an accessory after the factt said ho The assassin that fires the shot Is not in law In equity or In conscience nny blacker or more infamdui than the man who counsels him to do it nor tbo man who approves and defends It after It Is done Tested by that fall rule Yerkcs is bo better than loll Taylor und hardly as respectable as Taylor for Taylor took tho responsl blllty to advise assassination before ItI wa done and Yerkes defended It after It was done When ho went into the republican convention last May and drafted tbo platfortp that Indorsed ov cry act of Taylor bo made himself par tlceps crlrnlnls and an accessory after the fact If Jim Howard who firc the sbot and Caleb Powers who help ed Taylor to plan It are to be hanged or tent to the penitentiary a suit or Mrlpfd clothes ought to be provided for John Ycrkes Senator Blackburn further sad emphatically declared that If elected Yerkes would pardon the as sasslns In blocks of five like Taylor did These be words with the bark on them and Yerkes and his party CUll make the most of them The speed created the wildest enthusiasm Rod every man of those who beard the Sen alor determined to contribute all in bls power to the everlasting overthrow of such a party and such men as are ask log to be made rulers over them Da vless county did not dots well as she should have done for Goebel but there is every assurance that she wiltmake up for delinquencies and give Beckban even more than the full party strength DK JOHN D WOODS than whom Nature never knew a finer nobleman Is putting In Herculean licks In his Bow ling Green Times for the democratic ticket Instead of sitting down and whining like one of his local contempo rarles that the republicans are going to carry Warren county anyway No victory was ever won by conceding de feat In advance Democrats should un heath their swords and with glittering blades lay on MacduU and damned to him who first cries bold enough War ren county disgraced herself by giving Taylor a big majority last year but we have faith that the democrats who were led to do their party so grlevlous a wrong have repented of It since they have seen the result of their work II they have a spark of remaining love for party and any interest In the honor of the Stale they wlll como out on the side of law and order and vote for Dry an Beckbatn and Rbea A GENTLEMAN who saw the crowds that heard Collector of Internal Rove nue Yerkes In the mountains says they were far below those who beard Taylor a year ago and much less enthusiastic The fact is Mr Ycrke Uci cutting so mulch Ice as his party and himself thought be would He Is ono uf kind of horses that makes a big show and attracts by his beauty of body atd faultlessness of limb but when the bell taps and the race Is on he lags su perfluously In the rear It was so when he ran for superior judge against Bar bour and It will bo the same this time Mr Yerkes only show for ofllce la by appointment as he holds the one the government pays him to fill while he leaves the work to deputies W S TAYLOR says he will return to Kentucky If u republican governor is olected Of course be will and with u pardon in bis Inside pocket too He will also return to Kentucky if John W Kern Is elected governorof Indiana and J C W Beckbam governor of Ken tuck 31 both of whlcn results are much more than probable unless he can find a republican governor In another State as devoid of honor as tne perjured Mount under whose coat tail he vow finds refuge A REPUBLICAN exchange says that Yerkps Is going to surprise eoml peo pie by his race for the Kentucky gay arnorahlp lie has already done that In tact hIs friends were never sbock Ingly surprised as tnuy were when they ieirncd tbalbe was going to make this race on a platform endorsing Taylor It P STOLL of Lexington was nom inated for Congress by republicans of the Seventh district He has a barrel and Is a good man considering the parity to which ne belongs but not even the republicans claim he can dpfuut South TrimbleITHE actor who performed the leading part in the play A Woman In The Case was shot and killed after the performance at Huntington W Va As usual the shooting was caused by the woman In the case WANTED A National Hero Is the title of an article in an exchange Af ter our recent mortifying experience with National heroes such aa Dewey we very much doubt whether another should be wanted BROTHER MCGARVEY adopted a poor plan to counteract the effect of James Lane Allsaa Reign of Law His criticism will cause thousands to read the book who wquld notolberwlao havo done so A REPUliLtCAN papar says there will ho no Illegal voting In New York thla year If this be true Bryans majority will boas great as that of Clevelands over udge Folger some years ago f l Clothing We always haro lit lie Our Full and Winter Iulirt fur dress votinfe won not only rlmltiillcr mvltt gnul but In litanylustnma dluelliteiiv tnrIs rca son that they pusfeg the liMsltrn flntrli end the popular hle3J shoulder dice We have a big Illtp of itnt Km IVnt Suits In single uinj dmihl br uletl- Alw n fine line uf Vfclftl Sails for Uhildirn ruin 4 li 8 JJflVi KHM ii In uhly Ipc- Mens blank and jrwy llievlot Jnnls OSc v 10 dozen will kin Jn Punts worth II L6 ashen tuifc 7l c 12 dozen 1ntitn bought At fiOo on 11 worth is and 2fiO will be s Id atttSQ Dress Goods Pint opening of Fall Press Goods Our eirly display of the tornit thing for Fall and Winter Is fully uj to the standard of former seasons 25 Iiects of new Flannelee IOU 7io to ac l ryard All wool Dress Goods snal plaid blue given and brown 23c quality only 18c Tailor Made Dress Skirts Tills Is one Dipniment in whichwe are pnrtlcunrly wellfixed Troy ate all new8tirs made of fashionable material and ranging In rrico Irvin I8c to Jt IN a Ilh at Princeton Judge Yost said bo hd always been a loyal demo era but o hats seen the error of his wa and botvtteu Lcln u murderer aid a thief bo al concluded to join the murderers By that step he proves himself both a murderer and a thief He style hue superior judgeship by pretending to be a democrat and his aOllla tlon with assassins shows him to beono at heart And the last end of that man shall be worse than the first TilBaltempt of Youuoy to play crazy shows bow dcBpurttto te regards his case But it want work Tbo noo o Is already tightening about hU neck MUSIC LeSSONS Ry an oxterlcnce l lady music teacher fO iwrtunn ut nvo mutes 3 hour Iwoni jwr week Loll tit tin itrnu- hsNOTICE J taiunTFr tCkil In onpsalf ell ar lilriglw tliatanw ibuglilheirlwin Miners tlTt Icrtbud 1uucuaadatapkiotlbee iblnglcaal ThM lltnt Jlirtabur aloe errral prtPla Iinnul r q1w ui Ibr emir lot l ahlU4lr u ad fruio my sliil dy Notthe In I bare wit trlhaXWMImo b are Mi laiiii Kr lu vrfio or rI1ale gnwl tram wok bay IrDW all wagau ol draw from H loZO tloiKtid l a toad round rIp Nil be mak In OlIo he tmm UHrIII- buJI nII Itrm ant Ilub Mr Ibnla tItsoar oink trip t on day rait itlaMa rdiiepulluucdis im anahrruedwhelkirk will tou iietd II RI 1 Moroland Ky PUBLIC SALE ON TJESDAyOCT 161000 At 10 oclock we will on tho premised of A K and It I Logan dcccnaed sell the following property 600 Anss Oi FINE LAVA BOILS Ooantjr three tnlles ruin Dimville Ky This U ono of the Illicit farms In Kuutucky U In condition to raise hemp tobacco or city other cropt has been In grant tor a number nt years hint morn Rood fencing on It titan any farm Its alit In the Btnto Uaukccptlblo of dlvliilon Will also sell 14 lluo grade cows and heifers horses mules lliorougiilircd mart rind colt arming 1m buggy und olliorllonu toonumcr ius to mention Will also sell lu shares of stock In tho HustonvIHo Notional tank and twi liiirc In the Danville News ono altars In the Sew Kentucky Ventral Fair Call on or address D V Logan or AE Hundley Danville Ky orM It Waltcra Voochdate Ky Executors T n EngUsh auctioneer PUBLIC SALE 01 A nESinABLE FARM A sIlofMrs Martha A Martin decd will on Saturday Oct aothigoo About the hour of 3 v at the residence on offer at public auction to tho tightest bidder Lisa farm of Aleut 100 Acres OF Land In Lincoln county iywhich Mrs Martin owned at her death Tho farm U situated about 9 mile south of Stanford and adjoins the Halos Well tract and the lands of A I lUugUerteo and others Tho dwelling house out buildings are comfortable and In good repair TER ItOno cnsb the remainder lanlx and 13 tuontlis with Interest from date Ioaseiwlon for seeding purposes giv vn forthwith IIndfull Jan Ut next Title undUuutcd J W ALOOHN Exor rtanford Cyi Oct fl 1000 rEIillO SHOiINO At T- heLouisville Storejoust tiYCQ1Ct ta u distinguished success Our houso WItS jniwdod with npMrpciutivi visitors who voro profuse inCJ chi1r pvprosflrtiis ulPIOI1ilIl and gmtification over the dis 1Iac 01 noW goo lg Our army of Fall and NV inter iner hantliso is oust dl unusual Strength Variety null Low iViVos QUI constant aim in Stilling is how low cnn wo sell not ho V4tiich eau fro snake The result is that our ovci grpw tuguUUh s is al Vays in tile lend This hat is a felt crown with stitched brim polka dot folded sateen hand comes in pearlroyalbrown and cardinal A big line of readymade Wrappers at prices thai suit all Fancy knit Skirts 5rtc quality only 30c Fancy Under Skirts f1 quality only CSc Black Sateen Under Skirt worth II 25 our price iDo All woo Flannel Skirt Pat JOe Our Online and School liar It mtde of One quality of Imported Persian Fet end comrg n gray blu brown and red IfatsTamoahantersWe tan save you 25c to Wc on this line of goods Iiilirs all wool Shirt Waist 680 TWO FARMS FOR SALE Hiring decMtJ to rnrmtlon I will MllprtTitrlr wf tarn on which Ilse I W a nil from Cnb Drabs d Ky TblA frui U flee land tn olrultlratl0n IWncrm nl rlrri laolbalorellO brlkoIruneIrwlone witrr a lbe door tw peat Irnrnicnt lUlilltlldlrjplIhslackw rr male tbl theta it dnlrable lane In Ilil ruJ of the cvufcly I CribIrcaardinous Crab Orclnnl Srlig 1110 grave with a la rgehektjrnentu alundauc ol water wib neighborboelLanetertreetwillgauddemgtnlen ur IClllar a11 un IIIYO tit fIUINADO11CrahOrrh- crdKyGREEf3RIER SPRINGS FOR SALE I will tftl at ulJk ailron MondayNoombor 5th OO rrfnrrprerwrtyIUi rrranfl wliballilf iwtrl MIIMPJI de tsTInil rinja amlniMUKe aaarr hit no1 txrn ewe HMWr rmrt li xmr bat barn i M IHIII aplrndkl gdaee far a mikeaaoyTxaesUna Incuoml two VHtr u1 t+rm nt with Ml frt arm Intern ruuidiiK until f ndalunr lathed tb tae 11Ior Ilirlkrr Inlrrniallin tanat I IaxluD Ailnrrryai law Maiifonl lltil J Chen de Trah Orchard or alldres rile under lgnra lY niin E II CilI AlIT DrsSlavin PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will bo In DiDTlUe Mondays Wrdonda sad Friday Will he hittanfonl Tnmlayi Tbur dayi nod Saturday Oniraln bite natation UutUIIng Stanford Ill Hen hours 0 w tIIo I r OSTEOPATHY Tbli Scl iin orltlnatrd and JiVfloinO lir Dr AT Sllll uf Klr lIIe Mo depends on the irliiil lrt vt Anitouiir and Ihytlplogy fur Ita soups It no fjllb no ruhbin- gnourgIalulcnttonandclalmi ling ulot r natural fitvuiathr views man ai a niacblim oho many- aleum11k worktuiheeaalth1usII Ih It Soneof the dl ra ra t8 uc nrrroui Iroetrallori Headacbn Neuralgia Ithruinatlim Ualarrn Weak Kyra Irmulubd Mda lIuhr- eIlrartIJrer and Lung UlHatra Coinlipatlon lllr eh andlnlaatlnaflroabl9 Ulwartwofltunrg ud Jolnla Curralurn Uidnpat Ion hi ItrJolnlN IanlraU Incnntlnrnc of Urine laminator Ataz U reiiialu Illaraxa a ixcialljr Coniullatlon Fret FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY IlorHOS and Mules constantly on hand and fur ealu at all time W Logan Wood Manager COAL a SALT blocI will liavo ray coal Oct and will keep on hand throe grades or thin hest coal nlsu salt and J will toll it- to merchants by wagon load at a very small neacingsMoodsllva mo a trial and I wlllsnvo you money n n KINO t 1or wyc Ladies and Gents- Underwear In this line we are better equipped than wo have ever been at a price that will make thenituovo Ladies Jersey ribbed Vet long sleeve only lOc- Chiltlren and Miwes union suit worth 60c our prlco only 25c pergarment porstiltA full line of Top Shlrtn for men and boys Look Here I IsOurvalues which we have ajiare the greatest bar J ilbfresh new goods- Domestics flii f IeYard wide llrown Colion od uallit 1 tIGoodour p rovo f f25 pleas Outing Cloth Bo to lOc y 1 f20 now patterns of Drnpfry 7JoIQi t aE 10 yards of fancy Calico to nay cu IQni bwer lit 3Jc otJli Koadynutlo sheets 117x10 inches ready T for life only 48c y Comforts lllnnkcli and Quilts nt priers rr that cannot be nutuhrd In Stanford Ue have opened up tilled caaetof nqlr v Calico red blue gray block nntlwiilov J MlMtV emnlcia lllack JloiOj fito 0rworth lOc sale price oc r Ladfeseamlcas lllack Hone only Oc IfChUltnlQry whoro at JOe our price only In tMlwct wamlrs Back fleece lined hoociuiy our prlto 11u y u Mlmi mil J101 s double knee extra fb ary fleeced ribbed hove only The l Mono extra heavy gray Socks So Men grty wool Socks 25o quality our prlco only 160I Shoes Ladles button patent lip coin toe li w2to408c j lkrheelLadles fine turned sole Shoe f50fquality sale price 1108 Our line of mens One 13 Shoes Ir equslr to any 14 Ilio you will find in Stanford f t NOW1 S THE TIME likdO i To buy Winter goods before the itock ti bruktm mo botdquarteri for Winter f goods Uubber hoots Felt loots lionr ShOt Rubbers Overcoats Water lr fJ1IJooleeG i Give us a tall We can save you money Our Prices Are Ltdr T1ark Tlje Lowest 2t Cun mins S McCIary s r Childrens Shoes i 4 + k I hare just received ono of the best sele ted slot lisof Misses and fChildren Shoes ever brought to thus endof the county all being 4 l CUSTOM MADE GOODS I l So the mothers will find It to their Interest to see our line before wok ing their fill purr bases Our goods are guaranteed to give Hntlifnct- lonW E PERKINSCreb Orohard Ky f W R II OBETS i DRUGGIST itt Sells The Best Paint Made Try T Neals Carriage Paint t ti Prescriptions carefully tilled day or night Patent Medicines of almost overy kind r Beautiful lino descriptionOfllce u 4 u 4 tI THE INTERIOR JOURNA STAFFORD KY OCT 12 IQ p v f E 0 WALTON BUUJNIMS MANAOEI TUG boat materials combined with coca skill and acourauy Insure good usedltdour IptmtontlworkrPena- iJrug prase y Store Z i PERSONALS 1oi 1YII EVKHETT la now clerking for Cd0 P Huffman MH OEOUOK li FAIWIB spent Tue lilny in Cincinnat- ifJjwMn W W HAYS ntteudcd tho Lox lnjrlon trots Tuesday J Mil AND MUB ED NKVJUS have re turned hOlD Lebanon I Miss FLOitKNcm M YKUS went to Lou N Itvlllo yesterday to visit Mrs W J k1 9Mrss DinTiB UiQjJlNB of Crab O- rj Cummins chard la tho guest of Mrs James F MIBS SC8IB 8AUNDBI18 and Mtlloi c have roturuod tram u lengthy visit to Louisville IM j MISSES ANNA EVANS Uitionr ant J Annie Bollo Woods ont Thursday U Lexington Mils MlNKUVA Coilll and Mrs UeV i tie McKlnnoy returned from Louisville Wednesday i buts A A WAUHEN hoe returned f from a vliit to hoc tutors In Louisville and Shelby county Miss LUCY CHANCELLOR went ut yesterday to tbo West End to visit i Mrs D C Sandldgo MIS8 LICCIK HBA7LKY has returned I from the cities with a big stock of fall and winter tnllllnory O J NEWLANU who was paralyzed on ono lido Is bettor Ex Reynolds Is acting marshal In kilo stead MRS M K FISH and Miss AllleFlsh returned yesterday from a visit to Mr tonIhas been visiting her slater Mrs S M Owens r returned to Kcnsco yesterday Mlo ELKIN organized a Maccabeo lodge at Wlldlo with 20 members that J II Albright had workod up MIIS OLBY WOODWARD of London who has boon at the Joseph Prlco In flrmary returned bomo cured ycstcr dry JUDGE W E VARNON returned yes f terday from Mercer wbero bo has been sotting the woods aflro with ora tory t Jb11L M S BAUOHMAN hoe returned- from the Lexington trots disgusted with the whole business His horse did not win MHSJOSKIMI DORNBIDB and Miss Jennlo Durnalde tit Garrard mother and sister of Mrs Q A McRobcrts wore her guests Wednesday MISS MARY URUCB Is filling MIll Ncttlo Wrays placo In tbo tclopbono ifoxcballle whllo oho Is visiting Mill BesMo Richards In Danville Miss JUUA SiUiilt left Monday taro vUlt to Miss Shelby at her beau if fatal country homo Arcadia near Danville Lexington Democrat s Miss MATTIB C ALKOKD of Louis vllle coma up yesterday to attend the I FrirrlsWcaren wedding next Tuesday and Is tho guest of Mrs George D 1earunAND MRS THOMAS DALTON Danvlllo yesterday whero ro will And a pleasant ho- melIJllr Dalton Is ono of the finest watch makers In Kentucky IN ordering his paper changed to Lexington Rev W M Brltt says Tfo aro all well and happy Hud an on couraplng day at our new church Sun + day notwithstanding tho rain t LsroitMATiON has been received Mrs W K Ellis wife of the former spattarot the Ohrlsllan church here gave birth to a baby a few dupe ago which lived only a short time t Dll VM HlNN wiruandtwodaugh teN of the Mt Sttlom eoctloo will ar rive Monday and tako looms at the My en llaueo with the Intoatlon of keep log day boarders to whom Mn Burn eldo will furnish rooms when desired i Tilt many friends of that grand old gentleman Col John W Poor will regret to learn that ho has been quite 3 Ill for several days and was forced to I undergo an operation He la much bettor we aro glad to onto and kilo physician thinks will bo out In a few days Lancaster Record MR MICAH D ClItUSMAN will leave In a week or su fur Pluinlx Ariz whore bo will locate Mlko Is ono of w Danvilles mont worthy younp men Ho Is ambitious to succeed In the great t nnd growing Weal and surely ovary body who knows him sincerely trusts f that ho will Danville Advocate THE editor bad to return from Lex ington Wednesday owing to the Indis position of the business manager and associate editor who has not been on duty slnco Saturday Not being on to local affairs attar an absence of three weeks the lack of Items of that na- t ure Is accounted fur GALS TilE largest ofprobes at J C JcClarytIIIFINE Candles oat received War coo SbankItLADIES eco thoso KaIny day bo- otaTnt H Jl1cBobertlJII HARNESS whips collars homes Sc at J C McClarysIt FOR close prices on buggies car and road wagons go to Wcnron UroIIFRANK LYON was dotv red to tho jailer yesterday by Wade Kennedy to orve 50 flays for shooting oc the pub bljChwayI1 l a +FKK311 Fish every Friday ut Ed Uu boresaFRAMINO fencing shingle Ac H J bt toborte Tnr younfjncD will elvo a hop nt Waltons Opera House tonight Go to Cummins k McClarya nail se o what a nloo suit of clothai f5 will bUY1 BitoyN Leghorn roosters for solo each J T Haekloy Jr Danville Ky Miss ANNitIututthB hnvaho r opening of millinery today coil Slur day WB havo fovcnil varieties of ale seed wheat toreala J II Caughraa is Co CUMMINS I MCCLARYS Is the place to buy your winter boots shots an clothing HAAS Hog Cholera remedy will sav your sick bogs Get It at Penny Drugstore + II N aro headquartersforcoal hay corn oats and all kinds or feed J II Baughman k Co WK bavo plenty ot all grades of coa at high price buy before It goes high Jcr J II Biuehtnan ft Co TllK Democratic Club will mealal tbo court houea tonight when ono o r moro visiting speaker will boon hand H V HILLENMUYKU tho old roliablA nurseryman of Fayelto county again calls tho attention of our readers to the fact that bo has evcrvthlng for oreh IIILrJ lawn and garden Write to him for catalogue lie has no agents TUB flour and grain mill of Carter S titraub will bo steamed up again In a fow days J H Woner and A D Par tons have renioJ It Tbo former will do the ouuldn work and tho latter who Is a practical miller will attend to the tortes ONB DrlrrultMla named to speak hero OD the 20th for tho republl coos As Senator heck asked on ono occasion with reference to Duck who wanted to bo minister to some placo in South America so say we of this new orator who the hI Is Pruitt DEATH Hardin Floyd aged 27 and a jrakeman on the L fe N died last night at tbD Joseph Prico Infirm ary of typhoid lover Tho remains will bo taken today to Rockhold for burial Deceased was formerly from East Illckman Fayctto county TllKHE Is nothing thathelps a town LoxlogtonIhoopla era Rocking there u have tholr children educated It will bo eo here If tho graded school for which a tax was voted Saturday bi a largo majori ty will prove tho Institution that lie friends confidently hope TUB grand lodgo of Masons will bo held In Louisville Oct 1618 and on the 10th tbo centennial of tho order In Kentuckywill be celebrated at tho Au dltorlum Tbo L Ss twill make a rate fur It and the Horse Show 1510 of li fares for the roundtrip good the 20th and on the 16th add lUth will tall tickets at one fare good to return next day TUB largest crowd that ever attend ed a political meeting there wo ore told greeted Congressman Gilbert at Crab Orchard Wednesday when bo spoke with unusual firo and force and drew many wavering brethren iota the fold Hon R 0 Warren llkcwUo de livered a fine addreu and added to tbo eritbualatm of the day Good reports play bo expected from Crab Orchard next month tlION GG GHUBRT ls bainggreated- with Ono crowds and given great en couragement in kits speaking tour of this county Ho has mado them excellent rcprctcntullru and tho pen plo aro going to show their apprecia LIon by giving him ff big majority He will speak at McKlnnoy today at 180 i U Junction City at 7 r bL Hus tonvlllc Saturday kith at 2 r M and at Stanford at 7 N bb- Tulnoxtquartcrly meeting of the Central Kentucky Medical Association will bo held In Danvlllo Thursday Oct 18 beginning at 1030 A M Tho discussion will bo opened by Dr St olo Bailey of Stanford subject Diabetes Dr J M Dalton of lIarrod burg will road report la the section of Practical Medicine Several voluntaries will bo presented among which will be Dr J G Carpenters paper on Pathological Spcelmuna and Conscrvatlvo Lifo Sav log Surgery A WAttNixpQ ultoa number of Ne groes aro said to havo como horn Mon day with loaded shot guar doubtless by advice of their loaders Wo are told that a Negro preacher who la holding a revival In tho West End exhorts kilo bearers to go to the polls two and two with arms ready to shoot down tho flmt whllo man wbo gore In their way Thorn Is going to be troublo If this ad vlco Is followed and thoso contemplat ing It had better bo warned In Limo DIDNT SAY IT Cplp Colson who was on Tuesday nights train asks us to correct the roport that bo said In his Sulyorsvlllo speech that a red handed mountaineer ought to have cov aced Houso Clerk Ed Leigh with a Winchester and mado him shako tho box containing the names from which tho Goobel contest com rait too was drawn Ho says bo did not uso such language and what ho did say was In a facetious way and so understood by his hearers Ho says he Is very food of Mr Leigh and besides docs not approve of that method of coercing a public servant We thought tho colonel had too much eeoeaand too much manll pees to make such remark s I WINDOW gluts of till sizes ut Craig Hockors 1No1Y Is a g ood Imo to havo that picture made Miss SnCrayc NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Six pcI cent will bo addod to all city tnxos noL paid by Nov 1000 L R Hugllo collector TUB Advocate rayi that Judge W L Dawson wbo recently bought ou Woods Bros tho 3rd street confcotloi ors bus sold tho sumo stand to 0 J rhurriiond who will put In a flrstclat stock of groceries The judge will therefore oat go to Danvlllo to live Tim ladiesofrho Prcsbytorla oburch will give a ColTeo Social In tho room just vacated by Mr Ualton tbls evening A cup of parculated tolTce a tandwlcli und plcklo will bo served lor tbo small sum of lOp Mr W M VI ear of tho American Fountain Pcrcu latter Co will mako tho colfce DEMOCRACY has +rMcatstore Tu noblest Roman of them Bit Senator J 0 S Blackburn will speak at Lancas tor at 2 M on the 22d and In Stan ford at night Thl announcement Is sufllclcnl to fill tho towns as they coral wore before Senator Blackburn la at orator who never tolls to give the pee plo something to think about tall about and to act upon Dont hill tt hear him It will do tho very marrow In your hence gna- tTlitlentuckq Telephone Assoclc tlon hold Its first annual meeting ut Winchester Tuesday and perfected tbi organization begun at a preliminary meeting hold last Juno R V Bishop of Cyntblana woe cho en president A H Battln of Lancaster vice preel dent James Marat Mt Vernon sacra Ury and treasurer They bavo ovor 400 toll stations embracing 30 county scats and covering about onethird of the Stave Tho object of tbo associa flan Is to provide belter and moro unl form equipment of the lines uniform rates for toll station full metallic cir cult etc A now company will short ly be In operation at Lexington In con junction with the astoclallon aud an Independent company In Loulsvlllo Is under consideration UNI STOCK CROPS IC Pair good aged mare mules tar sale Mark Hardin Stanford M B Baugbmans Baughman was distanced in tho first beat at Lexing tonEmbry Bros bought of Col W II Dudderar six short yearling calves f20 Thomas W Lawson the Boston mil lionaire owner of Boralma has pur chased from Ball Bro ot Woodford their tansy saddle mare Gypsy Queen for 13000- The Cobb t Llllard solo of Sbort horns was not entirely satisfactory to the firm as tho prices worn not fully up to anticipation Tble In largo part was due to the absence of several good buyers who fulled to como Forty told averaging lUG for tamales acd fJO for males1dvaateD- owtrman Bros of Lexington sold to R P Stevenson of Plltsburg tbo trotting mares Miss Loiter and Margaret Smith for 10000 The first named is by Woodsprlto and tbo other Is by Norval They have a polo record of 226 and aro sold to bo ablo to beat 220 HUBBLE F P Bishop sold S Dunbar some Lora at 81ai per bbl Win Curry sold 72 hogs to Curt Robinson at 1021 Mrs J FRIgney Iii vlslLlnll relatives In Pulaekl county Ilea a one heard from J C Eubanks slacoho got mar cleft i If so Speak out T 0 Rankln has decided to sow bone 1duat with bis wheat coil tea how It Increases tho yield A D Polsgrovo la stripping his crop of tobacco nnd It 1Ie said to bo very Ono Tho county cooperation meeting of the Christian chftruh for Lincoln coun ty will bo held here on Saturday Oct 20th Everybody Invited to bring din ner nnd to cat dinner which will be spread for aUIC M Adams wan reelected trustee of tho common school horn last Satur day T C Ranklu woofs a good school 10 months each year end says If they will arrange to get such started ho will donate 850 per year tor 10 yeae D N Prowltt sold his farm near Hedgovllle of 11H ucrci to C P Underwood tor 3000 We coot eta how wo aro going to give Mr lewtt up for it bas long been decided that tbero la just one Dave Prowltt THIS AND THAT S II Grubbs of Kentucky Universi ty has been selected Stato President of the College Prohibition Clubs J S Atkins at CottonbUrg Madison county and Theodore Robinson at Vanarsdall Mercer wero appointed potmaitcrs Ill maonered students of tho Univer sity ol Michigan at sloe Arbor tried to howl down Mr Bryan but were dis Il tho An anafeblllturre8ted at Milan Italy sayr a plot was formed at Patterson N J to kill Molilnloy or Bryan Juring tho presidential campaign J Duuont of Mlddlesboro charged with bribing Negroes to stay away from an election was found guilty In tbo United States court He Is a dom ojrat At Albion Ditch Mr Dryan nailed Roosevelt by showing In kilo reply to Roosevelts statement that tho Pblllp plno war caused the Increase In tbo army that tho president asked for tLo Increase two months before a shot was fired In tho Philippines Ho also mado a crushing reply to the letter ot Assist ant Secretary of War Metklojoon mado public wbo denied his statement that slavery was recognized In Sulu by agreement with the Suta a I LThe absolutely pure BAKING POWDER ROYALthe most celebrated of all the baking powders in the worldcclebratcd for its great leavening strength and purity It makes your cakes biscuit breadetc healthful it assures you against alum and all forms of adultera tion that go with the cheap brands Atom baking powders are low priced as alum trosu but andrtROYAL BAKING POWDER Car too WILLIAM ST NEW YORK The Senate and House bavoappei ed conference committees and there a hope for it compromise on the Dice fon bill Thp grand jury at Flopklnsvtllo log dieted tbecounty Judge county ct rk and a dozen others for election t li a flans IMI election They are republi cans Dcboo addressed a crowd of about 300 people at Darbourvlllo After hearing his speech two lifeIon re publicans laid they would yoto the democratic ticket this year A crowd of 5000 turned out to bear Senator Blackburn at Paducab A thousand persons participated In a par ade Senator Ulackburn In his speech roasted Taylor and hU regime to a turn Whllo walking the L L N railroad track at Artomu Bell county Robert Knuckle a section band was ovcrtak ken by a freight train and kilted With him wero two other men ono of them Aaron Gregory being badly In jured Mrs Jumcs Young mother of Dr F 0 Young and widow of Richard Young who died In 1874 breathed her tut at tbo home of her son In Lexing ton Thursday aged 84 Sho was from Idacy and was also tbo mother of Lt lUcIen Young of the Lz1avy THE YOUTSEY TRIAL Feigns Insanity And Case IB Postponed Till Today The ruling that what Youtsey sold to James Andrew Scott as an attorcey can not bo forced to bo divulged in court may bo good law but those who want to know the whole story ol the damnablo plot to removo Gov Goebel will regrot that it was oat brought out In the evidence There Is uo doubt of tbo fact that if Youtsey tells the truth ho will auccced In uottloir his own neck in the halter baeldes hanging ropubHcanIWhile Arthur Goebel brother of the murdered tuna was testifying Youuey sprang from bs seat and rushed to word him boutlnjZurhatt u Uu His lawytJs and tho officers of me court eoized bltn but lui twice broke away trout them wildly denouncing the testimony nl alobHilni and protest lag his innocence Most of tbeaudlenco lied from tho court room In n panic und when quiet wua restored Youteey Will found to bo so completely unnerv cd that tho court adjourned Youteey continued to act like ono demented as ho was taken back to jail and could be heard In kilo callyelling Hurrah for Goebel Physicians at last quieted him with opiates Next morning Youtsoy was reported to ba In a stupor and Judge CuutrlH consented to adjourn enact until next dup The opinion at Georgetown is dl vlded some maintaining that Youtsey Is crazy and others believing ho Is only shamming Youlsoy woe still in a stupor from the effects of opiates and hU trial wa again continued till today BLUE GRASS NURSERIES FALL 1900 Everything for tlie Orchard lawn sod harden Treos b the million Fruit jOINt and Oruemea taL AlparagulIralnr tnilll cotta aad erytblnor r neale hems country or In torn airnt tluIofrtlnd rock bottom price to the actual on plIc lIon IL K IIIILKKMBVEU Lering- toaBHORTHBRPiS KJ BUIJL I lure two rrgUUrei four year old shorthorn bulll for vela troth rod and tloe brcedon and tOme yuung stock of both ux lubjrct to rc litir that I will tell sheep that It one tithe hiilli and soy ol the otbin A1 FELNU SEED WHEAT AND RYE I hovo 1000 bushel of extra good need wlietit aud buiheli of excellent ru tor yle pall and see It Irlcea reasonable MORRIS FRED Stanford Ky h CHURCH MATTERS Tho Stave W PU meaty In Datj villa today und continue In ee lon till the 10th Hay S bh lUnkin will be at Kirks vlllc Sunday to alit In tbo commun ion service and there will bo no prcuchj Ing at the Presbyterian church Small Farm For Rent Nero fum of YOattes 2J mile from Stanford on 1hillsand ubld In ruod rrralr Good apple orchard aud pl ntv smell fruit or 12 arcs of lace to be rul tlraM John Mcltrlnu will how and root protect O T McllOUKKTit llruJbnJIy PUBLIC SALE I Wcat Lincola County Farm I An unfmproTMl farm upproxluullni 2 40 ACRES i Two mllct from IIiiitonTllle Immediately on the 1IntIetretvtheUadaorT1lUtlVi There ara lxty acne to wheat this fall tvrniyortwrntytlre acmof orlRloil growth of Umber cmlnlngol ImrurnM auger trrw wild rcmunderfrom tprlnin that nirer ill scan lathe drrot raiioni Enough limber an hCllt and uwed on IlrolyrluIId I lioundiry bas been used for Krulng urygse tot 1un and no fetter blucxnua cm be luuud In the Sllle Will price reaanabl the long Ihce- on drfrrrrtllall11coll Mr 5111 1snlis oo the John D IVnwnter plan will show the land to anj applicant or apply to W IUTCIIEll Danville Ky MULES AND HORSES FOIL SALE ireadynext IS days to ns to buy toulo cotta al so have n carload of fertilizer at Moroland und ns It U In tho way or a uarlx r slwil I below IburlnKNEW LIVERY STABLE s Yl BtTlUtE tsm Pm JUNCTION CITY KY nFlnt CUss Turnout Keasonnble Ilatef Special Attention to Traveling Men Drain nnd Hay For Sail Poultry And Eggs VANTEDI I will pay top market price cusp tar tin m nod also Wool II 1VI8 IFOR RENTFur 1000 A lureo house la Lanmter with elaM room stable and Kinlen well sulteJ Mr a hood huuw ilucult lictutrally lorited for ell kinds oflmilncM Itcfertnci J M OKAN1- Htb Jell no2 ttrwti Waco Texas POSTED IThe persona whoso names appear below forbid any hunting or gumo of any kind nt any limo of the year on their Innti and will prosecute to the full uxttut of the law any who vlolntu S IL Ilauphmun J K Ilaughtnan Dr Steele llalley J K Ilruce tl T Hml h WooJt LAND FOR SHL9 Tor solo a Tract of Land containing 85 are two tulles scam Etunfonl on Lancas ter fi Rush Hraucli Turnpike being a part of tho II S Withers form All In grasf llua un It frnmo cottage of tour rooms uud u hull right now Terms eaiv J B OW8LKY Stanford Ky TOiflZN PROpeRTY FUn SALE delta to Mil privately the reildenco I sox oc cupr on Cut outl6 The horse ell built two Iwry Inure ot eight roonesloft The rouDd cvwprliti urer ilx ana gwdbodellonlloguslurofor hone aDd core Fin clsttru at door alio hydrant water IVrfect dralna Uood sable servants room anil all other ntctMarjr outbuildings l two bundrvJ yard from Main St tIanfrd1loy Call on u adlrtM MISS Stsnfenli JeT b 3 h t 2 J A ALLEN CO Contractors And J3uildars STANFORD Y Ifewtegas LBTHE SUPERIOR GRAIN nnILLS Are Still In The Lead t Buy it and you will make no mistake AlsoV to j r the Miami Valley Fertilizer We have been using this for several yeah with good results HIGGINS McKINNEY n 06 o I have Fold them for 15 year They ore as near perfect ns man can make them I hove them In the new heavy extended welt sole In all the new leathers Vici KidsValouu Calf Box CAll Enamel Calf Genuine Cordovans and Hyles Patent Leathers PRICES FROM 350 TO 5 x Worktnansltlp on every pall guaranteed See them HoJfo 1I91 Offi1illllrlrS o l J i YOUR 8 IWinterWrap I HaB no doubt been the toast of your lluughts 71bo put few weeks ol M warm woatber but wa want to ro nind you that our bran now stock of Jackets and Capes is open for your inspection i NEW FURS I fx se a On display at our store RIO new first class goods mile by ono of the I I PetUtiatsI r i Ileautlfully made and cut so as to hang right the lest arrlvn U to960- Oppostle SEVERANCE SONS Court House i mif iJ CITIZENS OF LINCOLN And Adjoining Counties I 1Veaekjustnwordtrlthlon We Imvo bought far ctsh a slice cf ry Tods Shoes tic fur llio Full and Winter trod thAt we confidently olievu will meet your every demand Till nn r in thy lim e JOlt wo ask that you examine tlieui in quality jtud ptico and eon itten oinnut coujclentioualy favor us with a bare ot your putronsgo Yard wide brown cotton i o dark cilicnta 4 to Oc Gorman calicos lOc yard wide Icrc4 ea 81 to 12c t union cottons 5 to lOc Outing Cloths 5 to lOc Flannelettes Bt to Ific Seamless Hose lOo Union Suits Jjc to fl Knit Skirts 60c to il2 51tl haven splendid Btoct of Dress GoodsA 60 Inch all wool ejint HOMESPUN FOR 60CMercerizid Sateens 25 to OOc Silks Satins Etc Re member our show como from high cass workman such at 1alaaah Ron Krlppcudorll Uitlmau Jc to We believe In good good and s o sho Tdy ones JOHN P JONES Stanford Stanford Female College STANFORD KY Next Session will open Monday Sept 3 Thorough courses in Literature Science Music Art and Elocution Write for Catalogue tor MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Pres i THE INT hiOH JOURNAL EnlcrMn Ike oftWet at Stanford at ecoKlcZH T ubUahdL TuSasra mn FrtdLav 1 PER YEAR CASH V Waco not sopsi4 X OO will hsrged t KNOXVILLE DiVisIONI Tntin tcHnt NoruM li a M iii 211 ia It South S3 i m 23 w USUpm PoiliroIntsE- NTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION So Si ArrrlTciilSMuioTiitt 103 u No 21 Leetes Stinton st 210 o21 Arrlrci at Kowlsnd it 1200 o22 Lor s Stnfit 220 PM QUEENIESCENTT- reInug1nj South piiw Junction CUr No I pe not stop No 3 1160 r tt No3 1121 AM 06113 r K Going South No Zt dqenntstop Vo i 349 6 123 P M1 1io 1O6Az FKANKFIBT AM CIKCiKKATI- Trstas lesre Frankfgrt alRO AM S40r ndl P X connecting it Ucargotown with tlioQ A 0 Returning learq Paris at 1130 noil 640 PM after connecting with Q O trains At 1120 It110 P anJfl15p n Tbo latter train learn ror Clenntftoirn at 715 p J II NKWTON V A SOUTHERN IiYftYrCoo iniii S hnSi ta Effirt Nap tl 1900 BA8TBOUMD No G No3 1CpalArP4piArAr Lcrlagtan iOi4tm rtJpmi la Tm WTJlOU1t1 Wi- Lv No Jes Tauam 4sajim I5am Ar Versatile e 756am kflSpm 533am Ar LartiBcebe aaoam fcMpra IIM Ar Shftlbyrlll oio m 6Ipm ftSOara Ar Ixminllla tosonm 7Qpm 7mBASTBOtmn wuTBOiian Ko HNo 12Ntx It 400pm 7 ii4 0am Spm M UITATrosING pm PIOae ta 720ara TJOpml 30pml1tl1111- UST1IOtI wmoot1ID if IS IinrAro1 No llCltNo 74npmkJtpaftRpmrlOpa1wpm ILWua Ar O orKt LY 700am 310pm JIA8TBOUMM 1TESTBODKD tNa 1No 61 Ana Itlla iltNo i746ara 400pinriT 101 lrrtl AM1040an 74flpm- 1322a1n1 Mpm Ur Vemlleii IWalll VKprn tpmIl8pTuLWpm Ar JrrUn LT 155pm BTATJOWS No Nil 1 rTulsvllle Uam 141SpU Ar exlrwrtem l4m1mW- iiizyiue ir4r AVIovMIo IOWj MCpm ArSaynnih Slv m IrJacksonville 11 m t L1 Chattanooga LOfipnUlSTxn Ar Atlanta I2Mm1L5oarTh rMaN 1255am SVpm Ar Jaekaonrllto l3Oftm L CBu3hOn1ll ftlupra 84jAr Inrmln ham laoKpm lt4Aia- tViamI Ar McrWIan 93Om Ar New Orkenea3imNo 3 throaehaleep Mr LoumilU to Btr Inchara via Ixrzln too anb Cnatlano rx No I tee obxen4Uo ehalrcac Louisville to LjxInetom Na e free obxcrvatkm ctalr rnr Letlngton M LouISYIII No uleeplneror ninntngtam to LouUrllla Tl Islington All trains between UoudirttH Lexlnctoa and Burcln dally Dtweea Versatile and Georgetown Not tl and dally floe 67 and BBdallyexcept Sunday Between Verealllao NUholuTlllo Blob moad end Irrtna dally ncopt Sunday IDally except Sunday Other trains dally rSOANfonSd VPfcOM J M CutPT Wnshlwnon D C Wasbtncton DO WATCHKGPA WMHTATLOBAO IA Wublu toa D a LovUrlll Uj BETWEEN LOUISVILLEand BEST LINE TO California AND THE VAST NORTHWEST f JIJ t Two trains JAUiSpt Sunday to FRENCH LICK AND WEST BADEN SPRINGS UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORNISTATION CHICAGOhTl and ParlorJCars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers II IIACOX vr A W W Cor 4th and SJurket Sts LoulsvlIIi J+ c 1cqbfRY UNDE1TAltER Manufacturer and Dealear In iAz1cxLADDrtTO Stanford Ky L f J l SUNSHINE IN SUMMER The nunthlne and the summer mIneIThe rose and columbine The harpy birds that wake the bowrs Vlth sweetest music after ahowrs Their song to me Is hope and cheer The little while I linger here The matH above the meadows The silver of the rule And those dark waving shadows That flit along the hills Are mine Theyre the unmlnted ore From which Faith nets her metal puts An Inspiration over sweet Attends the shadows at L r feet- I know that there is grnnftcur In yonder sweep of sky The mute and boundless ocean The mistwreathed mountains night There Is a powr that guides my feet From day to day A something swet That whispers to my heart ot joy And which no evil can destroy I listen to the murmur Of winds In grasses Rretn And In the lordly aspens Their llvry loaves between Ay one who walks with Gladness an out and praise the summer sky The furrowed noM the waving corli- And bees that vocallis tha roernt I marvel at the beauty The Universe displays I wonder at the dawning And passing ot the daJ1 I task my aching brain to find The laws applied to humankind In vain Above around beneath The only laws are life and death I love the hopeful season When Faith In reaping sings seated by the roadside IIwatt the sweep of wings as I watt Earths pleasures stem Like Ala dlns w6ndrous rraml Uut Love of all Is perfect belt And 10 he Is my nncelftuestl Arthur E Smith In N Y Observer rTheatricals in Ennis Gulch 2L By Paul P Thirds oQo QWritten for this Paper- miner in thc gulch barring EVERY dl Grim who was deaf dumb and half bUnd was on the tip toe of expectancy There never had been a theatrical troupe in thogulcl nor had the most visionary of its four score fnhabltante thought there ever would be- Kansas Joe flowed that no such event could be pulled off Women folks never will stand for bein draggedvny town into Ennls Gulch 0odd mile from nowhere jest tei play net for a gnmblint cussin fight in pawel 0 men VTalnt nnteral no bow I wouldnt hev no respeck fei qny woman thet would co fer ferget her ircx I dont lay no calccrlationi on Beein It done sfd Joe Sandy Crowley who hnd been married four times while living in cirlllzation reck oned women had done stranger thing afore now and Hilly Knnis son of the late old man Ennis who first dis covered the rich deposits in the gulch and who died wiUihis boots on u few months subsequent to the discovery the result of carelessnete in not pull in lust calculated that there was no accounting for tastes Kanxan Joes reputatipn as a shrewil judge of human nature was destined to be shattered for on the day appointed a scraggy weatherbenter little band of barnstormcrs appeared Joe wished that be hadnt been so 1anrtln but felt almost repaid for of reputation when he saw the evolution of a theater from the old warehouse The manager of the company was not at all a tenderfoot nUll had had his day prospecting for the yellow dust Though habitually penniless he was full of good cheer and many were the good ones that he told at the expense of the ficrcelymustachci leading man and even his low comedian came in for his share of the drubbing but the story that meant most of all to his hearers was one he told of the Little Lady darkhaired Margaret who was becoming such a genuine actress lie told them how he found her in Denver pale and wasted trying to earn enough money as seamstress to support herself and her invalid mother how she had been used to better things and that she had been defrauded of her in heritance by n muchtrusted guardian JloverIInot done so feeling that she could better afford to endure poverty than hedisgraceGreat this manager took to himself for his keen discernment and his ability to bring to the surface real genius wherever it existed nUll how ever deeply It might be buried in pov erty or even worse bJIup on that memorable night which proved to be both first nnd last of the performance everyone looked for the little lady with the hollow cheekf and the large eyes and they thought how fine a thing It would have been if she in her time of her greatest need could have been deluged with the golden treasure of a nights win nlngs at the taro bank The money meant so little to tlvem and it would have set everything right with her and her sick mother and when they thought of the guardian who was re sponsible for all of the wrong their faces were not Pheasant to look upon Little Ladys part that night might have been taken from her own hnrdshlpf Iy stooping shoulders sat on the extreme right of the improvised theater nnd seemed very much affected as the play progressed He was swayed by every shadow of emotion as if he were seeing real life instead of n very or dlnary play acted by u semiamateur DEAFNESS CANKOTDECUllBD Dy lOt4lapiJliClIioDSI thetcaunot rearhilie dl wayinIles DtaCnii U cauwd liv an lint of Ibeiuiirom lining of Iho Luilnclilao Tube When ibis tuboU lotliind you hares rumbling round or lra errct hearing soil when It li entirely closed Urafona ls Ilia resilt soil unlm the in flammation can be taken out anlllbiolube rcsior desire1atarrb nothlngbui aO 101l1IIIC111I1I11D of th mucout utrue- We will give One Hundred Dollars for soy cas- etffleafnencausd bjr Catarrh that caMiot be ciirtduf Halls Catarrh Curr fend for circular frra FJ rilliNFVA CO Toledo Hold b Prugl 75c Halls JoawllIIII oIe the best iA1 crOUp of barnstormers Twice lie was teen to grasp lila flat convulsively and when the lending man he of fleece mustache and commanding mien swearing by the everliving Gl that she meaning Little Lady should be his wile whetacr or no rushed to seize her in his arms tho tall wellboned mnn arose In his place with gun leveled Direct on the fleece mustache and said They nlnt ngwine ter be no forced marriages In this yer house ternlght and they aint no kind or use er enjoyment In sech hnrrerln scenes TaInt good for body tr soul Kz for you Mister Dad Man the lew seen of you around those yer digging the lcsa likely yo air tcr find yerself n human tassel swinging at the end of cord The speaker was Knnmta Joo the same who a few days before wouldnt heY lied no rcspeck fcr a woman that would so fer ferglt her sex ez tor come down into Ennis Gulch tor play act fer n gnmblln1 cussin flghtln phsscl o men and he had scarcely finished speaking when fourscoro weatherbeaten tempters of provl dence gamblers of pick and pan arose as one man and hurrahd the sentiment to time echo Judge Slocutn postmaster coroner sad mngiatrate finally managed to get order out of chaos from his vantage ground on time top of n beer barrel vouchsafed n few remarks on tho oc caslonThe time hez been snld the judge witnin the memory of many thet I see present when sich an exhibi tion of downright cussedness would hey been hollered in due course of time with n lynchin but now hampered nit wenV by the friendly rivalry that exists between this camp and our IlneIreason of our heartfelt desire tee be recognized abroad ez the most law nbidin community In this yer nock 0 woods n desire thet hez already led to our freely cheerfully refralnin from exercisin our Heavenborn pro rogative of hemp stretchin in time case of Bronco Pete when nothin on alrth ever wuz more snrtin than thet he stole a rasher of bacon and n rack of beans from the home antI fireside of pur lamented and dearly beluvd diedIaforesaid bacon and aforesaid beans to his last breath of life si any gentlemen n principle thet hez cot us so jfcnrly already must not be forgot at this moment of trial and temptation I move thet thli company excludln the dangerous looking indlvldool be allowed to do KO FORCED MKRRIAQES IN TillS YEll HOUSE part unmolested I move thet this pusson of the bearlied mustache be given a trial by a jury of his peers and lastly I move that the city marshal be requested ter a tax on every selfrespectln critter in the gulch according ter his means and thet the proceeds of the aforesaid tax be preeented ter this yer little pale faced gal who appears ter hey been geftin the wust of it all along the line with the best compliments of the motion with the amendment that me marshal be instructed in stead of requested as tho latter word by no means expressed the meaning and that tho instructions be both given and put in execution forthwith passed tiie house without a dissent ing voice and thoagh the subscrip tions were solicited with a showing of guns it was more as n matter of form or through force of habit than because of necessity for there was not a man of the fourscoro who thought himself rich enough in the r remembrance of good deeds well done to afford to lose the opportunity Kansas Joe was appointed a com mittee of one to escort Little Lady and her wealth back over the trail again and the stories he told on his return elected him mayor of the gulch without opposition The jury not being quite certain as to how much of the flercemustoched mans ranting was duo to his desire to piny act in a realistic manner and bow much to pure depravity gave him the benefit of their doubts but the chairman of time vigilance com mittee and Judge Slocum having the welfare and the reputation of tho community at heart escorted him to the county line on the day following his demonlltratlonIXu IdmigIitiw UnCtrr Mrs Scribbles I suppose you know that my husband is a professional hu moristIMr Dlbblew Oh yes Ive read somo of his jokws He never laught at any of them himself I nt thatstrangeV Xo I cant eay that It IsCqleago Evening News Wanted to Knntv Yon ICnojTime way to roach a mans heart Is through his stomach What are youa cook or a su- eeonTown Topics BBAVEMEII FALL Vlclnw lo tomath llrrr and kidney troubles rclk women anI rl4IIIo result In loss of Plot nolMiusln the 100 xl backache noun hrauirhesnd llnnl down feel tug Hut In rrii no nwd to ftlike that lientoJ W Uanlntr IrfarllU tnt He Eire triii I1itter areJUJllhe hng for a mu when lie Is all run down n care wbrthtr lie Una or din It did nora to gisS rt new strength and good spp tll than Anything I could lake can nnwct anyllilnitaid Infra new lease on Ilk 40 cents at Penny Store Every tle guaranteed IaW R Courts easter his farm ot iCOaorea near L noa at I1CO an acre b1 s I r Southern Mutual Investment CoI OF LEXINGTON KYIOver 253000 piwl in Living BcnefitsIOver 120000 Reserve ami Surplus Have You Seen a Sample of Our New Endowment Bond If not write to the homo office for literature or call on our nearest agent for nu explanation of its terms and conditions Some of Its Strong Points It returns f160 mil five ret cent interest for tho average time for eaCh dollar paid in 2 Stock taken now will nil bo mtiiiircd in from eighteen to twentyfour wontlif with a large part rodctmol In n much shorter time 3 It Is mntureil In consecutive enter conetitiently all oemtnt of chance Is ellnilns V ted Now the Time to Subscribe The soQnLryou bvpin tbiooner will your coupons bgln to mature For further Information address J O lUTLEY Local Agant Stanford Kv T7 IIOlralnamrywtddI INDIANAPOLIS i Toledo VcullbolcJ trains Standard and Sleeping cars and Caf Dining L L r Cst 0 c CIC i4 Du tt yt Dew Orleans 510Ut0I1 est and all Texas and Points arc easily quickly New Orleans or Shreveport the Ogle n attc1 flresceU ncniMn Nortli 80 Miles any Other ilne Cincinnati tn rltln Trains 14 Ho S 1 lJaHafSanSlIT XI TeCHT 5 OIl eo IoIhT Woit JOITN C PEPPLES Is a candidate for of Lincoln County subject to the actIon of thn democratic ty Your is solicI- tedSiiiallFnriii For Mole A small situated on the Stanford A Somtr Creel like near Halls lit fcc isle Itnldrnre and outbuildings lalrlr good plentywater W K KTIDINK FARMER II a candidate for object to the ac tion of the democratic party He suppor- tMiSS JLlZZIli C JONES Of Mortland has open I a Complete Line of Millinery at Junction City And the of the public Country Irulucc exchanged fcr gicdr FINL FARM FOR SALE lIr P W Logan of IK seres of No Hanging Fork land Is for ails prIvately It has upon II a splendid two brick large tobarro barn goolorchard and out buildIngs tft1IO ro sues virgIn soIl soil beautl- ful woodlnol rlniljr watered and In all rwiiccts I fintClau farm on Stanford Mlflrdft vllle turnpike conrrnlenl iodents on C S end U 4 N railroads It il a good borne and a proBt ibIs Inreitment ERDLLEHAYDANVILLE Manufacturer of E IOKAnd DenIer In Lime Cement o c For Prices EifIG YEA3SJ J IsBvrDJ mujit a Ths Campaign I Offer of 100 I JFrOR inaile lij 1THE LOUISVILLE EVENING POST aj BY ONLY The only tiihlasscl an Impartial dally In Southi RATGS- Ona rhaitti 125g1 Send for Sampla COllc THE EVE INO POST 79LiiviJ tJ A SMITH COWMAN Secretary Lexington Kv Four FastTraIns TO DetroitAND MICHIGAN AND CANADA POINTS tW fT 4 talni every wttk lay 3 trains on Soiday- rullman sad Wagner Sleeper on trains Vntlbulcd Parlor Cars on day train ess 4 tratna tvtry wctk lty 3 trains on Sanity TO CHICAGO Compartment I Cars Parlor Oars oao 100 ah n Southwestern and reached vU Dyer mari thli From Cincinnati and the Shorter than Nw VestibulJ Limited Pullmans wJuk UIIN45 Jailer par support farm Jailer solicit your iOTltet fsim torT nrrcxrr Located Vrlto iI Jf have MAIL the SUe Ky night IGtTS McCOSMACK II a candidate for Awv Mir of Lincoln coon ty nubjeet to the uetlon of time deinocrnt party GEO A EtJBANICS Is a candidate for Jailor of Lincoln county subject to the action of tho democratic party JAMES T JONES Is a candidate for jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic par ty VIM IA1SBGICAFI- sa candidate fur Assessor of Lincoln roun tyj subject to democratic action THAMES H WRIGHT 11 candldute for Assessor of Lincoln coon ty subject to the action of the avroocratli party OLD MOCK WHISKY Oeorgo n Wcathurford hitA contract for PoLtCONTitoiAtil SAIB of od Mock Whis ky In lluatonvio Ky II O MOCK Danville Ky ii WI PARKHILL ft D HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Dr Inrkhlll baa bad 20 years experience In the gonernl prartlru of otter lili services to the public ot Stanford and vicinity Spoolul attention glrcn to chronic rnp Office opprnhto Court Ilotno over Ucn lev lime Mvery Stable Office hours from i to 5 i U OLYIt1- ON I DOLLAR Less than a ccat a day THE MORNING HERALD of Lexington Ky Tfho Great Newspaper of the Blue Grass Tb3 Most Ably Edited Pa per In tlie South From Now Till December I t Scul Yrar NUK ulYoitr M4iUy lQW 1ONL 1 4 IPOSrEDI hereby DOIt the uMlo that laud It Cl indthstl will permit tie hUllllofor irnjcui leg orallY kind on It Will run Mlent oflhe law M KULAK U Wanted To Rent A good Farm containing from 150 to 910 acres Address AuvEUTlsen Lancaster Ky POSTEDI hereby warn all rrroont fnuu Ireupsulngou my ftru for Buy rUft whslner VU LAMIXIIIAF KrlgtrKy I she warn all Idiot from trrwpsulnf on ruy farm Duck Creek fur any Trimeter FUKU NiKiUA Oltenhtlin Ky FARM FOR SALE Contains 103 acres sad U In n splendid simile Of cultivation On the Illnck pike from Itustonvlllo anti l4 from More mad liMon itmi ilwoliliigtf lIve room nnd good tenant hoiixi besides necuwwtr outbuilding gplrndld orchard good well two spring 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